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COMMON BAR, pleading. A plea to compel the plaintiff to assign the particular place where the trespass has been Committed. Steph. Pl. 256. It i's sometime's called a blank bar. (q.v.)

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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"Another point is that all items have a common bar code, which should make it easier for retailers to merchandise and track."
All common bar codes are included in the NiceLabel SE software, including UPC, EAN, Code 39, Code 128, and 2D bar codes such as PDF417.
You know, downtown doesn't really have any place like Elaine's (on the Upper East Side) that's really a common bar for the film community.
The system can process a wide variety of sample tubes and specimen closure containers using common bar code formats.
* DEALERS ADOPT COMMON BAR CODE STANDARDS Within the next few weeks, a consortium of distributors and dealer chains plans to issue a polite but firm ultimatum to the software industry: Adopt an industry-wide bar-coding system by next July, or expect to get a cold shoulder from the biggest players in the reseller channel.
Microplotter Engineering Ltd manufacture an anlyzer, a hand held verification device for all common bar code formats.
The website, which contains the survey, details a proposal of replacing the Certificate in Legal Practice (CLP) examination with a Common Bar Course (CBC), while all other suggestions relate to affairs in the legal profession, such as changing the voting procedures in the Malaysian Bar, prohibiting retired judges from returning to practice, and the applicability of the goods and services tax (GST) to court fees.
And the actor-turned-artist called into Common bar on his own for a drink and a bite to eat and ended up joining in a PopUp Painting class with a group of amateur artists creating their take of Van Gogh's The Starry Night on canvas.